Mary Star of the Sea Church to hold its first Cinco de Mayo party

Mary Star of the Sea Catholic Church will host its first community-wide Cinco de Mayo celebration, 6 p.m. Saturday, May 4, in the Parish Hall, 7713 Girard Ave.

Entertainment will include a mariachi trio and the youth performance group, Paloma Aragon Arte Flamenco Dance Company.

Mexican food will be prepared by Alfonso’s of La Jolla, featuring cheese enchiladas, burritos, carnitas, rice and beans. Old Town Mexican Café staff will make fresh tortillas on site.

Tickets are $30 per person through the parish office at (858) 454-2631, or by e-mail to: tsouza@san.rr.com Proceeds will be used for the Parish Hall Improvement Project.

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